Problem: you want to monitor all the basic steps of the installer, ie: copying files, registering services, working with the registry and startup applications at the end. Plan to use these data recovery applications without reinstalling the system or applications themselves.
Donavon.Breitenberg answered on October 3rd 19 at 02:43
regmon, filemon — the first thing that comes to mind. Used when writing a batch installer programs.
Jovany.Sawayn answered on October 3rd 19 at 02:45
WinInstall LE monitors all changes, gathers msi packages. A very handy thing: "do the DO", "snapshot AFTER the".
Khalid answered on October 3rd 19 at 02:47
A few years ago to actively use Ashampoo Uninstaller
Alas, in practice, this is not a panacea — a cumbersome and sophisticated software to completely clean it is impossible.
jessy_Hackett answered on October 3rd 19 at 02:49
Use Comodo Programs Manager
Nayeli.Hammes answered on October 3rd 19 at 02:51
The whole image of Wendy with the established stuff. Type TrueImage or something.
You have to wonder in which case reinstallation is required of a single software. Usually when the system bezvozratno infected or broken.
Aryanna_Hegmann answered on October 3rd 19 at 02:53
Ashampoo UnInstaller by far. Able to do snapshots of the file system and registry, to keep records and know how to compare them, and then clean out all this garbage without a trace. And the latest version even monitor real-time. Used to like even report the installer was packing, but as it is now — I don't know...